Healthwatch: Deciding whether or not to vaccinate

Dec 8, 2011 Full story: WPEC-TV West Palm Beach 50

Many parents are choosing not to vaccinate their children because of the fear that the vaccines cause autism.

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Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Dec 9, 2011
ANDY DUBYA

Winnipeg, Canada

#2 Dec 9, 2011
Ask the parents who have shunned vaccines and had pox parties. Ask the parents involved in measle outbreaks why they won't risk vaccinating their children. Ask why the movement among parents is growing. Ask why their children aren't dying like Pharma said they would.
sky

Australia

#3 Dec 11, 2011
I'm sick of the government forcing more and more vaccinations on us. Vaccinating small children against chickenpox is ridiculous and just adds another element of danger to the process. Cut down the number of vaccinations deemed necessary and lets see for ourselves the results. In my friendship group 3 out of 9 children have autism disorders and we were friends before we had kids. What's a more obvious cause than too many vaccination's and too many at a time? The combination is poisoning our kids because they are getting our antibodies in the womb then vaccination begins at birth. Too much too soon means we can do too little too late.

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#4 Dec 11, 2011
Other than your opinion, have any science to back it up? It has been shown there is no connection to autism and vaccines. I hated the chicken pox, I'd had for my kid to have to go through it and these days you have to worry about flesh eating diseases and staph, which chickenpox is a breeding ground for both.

No one has to vaccinate on that 'recommended' schedule. Which is all that is, recommended. Many countries including the USA have seen how those who travel to other countries bring back diseases, and then infect those who have had no vaccines. So we already know what happens when people cut down on vaccines. Autism still increases, and so do childhood diseases.
ANDY DUBYA

Winnipeg, Canada

#5 Dec 11, 2011
sky wrote:
I'm sick of the government forcing more and more vaccinations on us. Vaccinating small children against chickenpox is ridiculous and just adds another element of danger to the process. Cut down the number of vaccinations deemed necessary and lets see for ourselves the results. In my friendship group 3 out of 9 children have autism disorders and we were friends before we had kids. What's a more obvious cause than too many vaccination's and too many at a time? The combination is poisoning our kids because they are getting our antibodies in the womb then vaccination begins at birth. Too much too soon means we can do too little too late.
Right you are.
ANDY DUBYA

Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Dec 11, 2011
friend wrote:
Other than your opinion, have any science to back it up? It has been shown there is no connection to autism and vaccines. I hated the chicken pox, I'd had for my kid to have to go through it and these days you have to worry about flesh eating diseases and staph, which chickenpox is a breeding ground for both.
No one has to vaccinate on that 'recommended' schedule. Which is all that is, recommended. Many countries including the USA have seen how those who travel to other countries bring back diseases, and then infect those who have had no vaccines. So we already know what happens when people cut down on vaccines. Autism still increases, and so do childhood diseases.
Look who's asking for proof? The Queen Mother of no proof or links provided. What a hoot..nuff said

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#7 Dec 11, 2011
I don't go around making claims vaccines cause autism, so no. I don't provide proof. Why would I? Besides that, we already know by your own words, there isn't any. Now that's a hoot.
ANDY DUBYA

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 Dec 11, 2011
friend wrote:
I don't go around making claims vaccines cause autism, so no. I don't provide proof. Why would I? Besides that, we already know by your own words, there isn't any. Now that's a hoot.
You make unsubstantiated statements with every post. That shows you are a fraud. Back it up and gain some credibility.

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#9 Dec 11, 2011
Actually, I don't, and I don't keep changing my name either. I'm not the one making the statements, you anti vaxxers are. Prove it. Oh that's right. You already said you cant.
ANDY DUBYA

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Dec 11, 2011
friend wrote:
Actually, I don't, and I don't keep changing my name either. I'm not the one making the statements, you anti vaxxers are. Prove it. Oh that's right. You already said you cant.
More nonsense.

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#11 Dec 11, 2011
Alrighty then, ANDY DUBYA!!

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#13 Dec 12, 2011
You have Wakefield, Australia has AVN. It says it all.

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#15 Dec 12, 2011
Anyone with time and care to research, try this link and scroll the topics. Interesting findings.
http://www.topix.net/forum/ca/winnipeg-mb

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#17 Dec 13, 2011
Just look for the ID FBOMBER. Quite interesting.

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#19 Dec 13, 2011
It is a must read.
Deb

Paradise, UT

#21 Dec 28, 2011
Its interesting how clearly you can see in this thread that when a certain person can't back up his point of view he reverts to name calling. Andy Dubya!

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#22 Dec 28, 2011
Winnipeg, Canada uses many different names. I think there's at least 20 so far along with using my ID name. He's an angry anti vaxxer and I never met one yet who could back up their position and not resort to name-calling.
Deb

Paradise, UT

#26 Dec 28, 2011
Winnipeg you obviously have a child that reacted so badly to vaccines that he or she has seizures and autism or more. I'm sorry. Your child's life must be very hard. Your life must be very sad and hard because of it. Goodnight.
Sam

LÚvis, Canada

#29 Jan 1, 2012
Safety studies on vaccines are biased and not true.

I will not vaccinate, if you believe in them triple dose at your own risk, after all you will have triple immunity...hahahahaha

Since: May 12

Gig Harbor, WA

#31 May 14, 2012
It's an issue that some people are confused on. Vaccines have helped humanity incredibly. Some unintended consequences of medical discoveries have of course happened, but they are not part of conspiracies or nefarious plans. Anything strong enough to help, has the power to hurt as well.

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